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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

KU men’s golf still in 10th place

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— Kansas University’s men’s golf team shot a 13-over 301 and remained in 10th place after Tuesday’s second day of an NCAA regional at Ol’ Colony Golf Course.

Connor Peck is the low Jayhawk. He’s tied for 26th at 147. Other KU scores: Charlie Hillier, tied for 50th, 154; Ben Welle, tied for 53rd, 155; Chase Hanna, 58th, 156; and Daniel Hudson, tied for 60th, 158.

Georgia leads the team race with 566, while KU is 10th at 609.

The top five teams, and top six individuals not on one of those five teams, from the NCAA regionals will advance to the NCAA Championship, May 27-June 1 at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore.

KU is 25 strokes out of fifth place heading into today’s final round, while Peck is a stroke behind the top six individuals not on a top-five team.

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